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To charge the phone, there are few people that connect you to the current when your battery is low, and leave to be at 100%. Although this is not bad at all, it is not recommended. The batteries are stressed, and have optimal levels of load. Ideally, in order to make a good maintenance, it is to keep the battery between 40% and 80% of its ability, but that involves having to be pending.
luckily, there are some applications that allow you to configure a notification function of the battery charge. One of them is TMK Battery Alarm. You can configure it to receive a push when the terminal is at 100%, or any percentage, which can be really useful to know when is the 80% to, well, disconnect it.
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to Configure the notification is very simple. The main page consists of four columns that display the following information (from left to right):
- Percentage of battery: displays the charge level that will trigger the notification.
- Alarm: enables or disables the notification.
- Mode autoplug: if you activate this option, when you put the phone to charge it automatically triggers the alarm.
- options Button to change the sound of the notification.
you Can choose between one (or several) of the default settings, which comes in multiples of 10 (up from 10% load until 100%). As we have mentioned previously, the ideal is that how much reaches 80%, and therefore, by activating the alarm for this option will be ready. Anyway, you can add a percentage custom if desired.
To do this, you simply have to click the “+” button in the upper right and slide bar to the percentage that you want. Then tap on “Add” and voila, the custom notification will be ready to play when the time comes.
The application is completely free and can be downloaded from Google Play. The only bug that has is that it is not adapted to the screens 18:9, so that the icons look a little small. However, given that it is an app that you’re not going to use many times, does not interfere with the user experience.
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The news How to configure a notification to know that the mobile phone’s battery is fully charged was originally published in Xataka Android by Jose García Nieto .
November 18, 2018